GABQ wrote:...I installed the program... where is it? the installation was successful and its suppose to show up in the accesories tab on my start menu, but i cant see how can i run the program, is not in my start menu... so i dunno how to run that..
clhodapp wrote:5) If you really want to scan files all the time, you may want to install the package "nautilus-clamscan", which adds a scanning option to the right click menu of files.
6) ClamAV will say it's out of date. Don't worry. It's only a minor revision and the update should be available from Ubuntu fairly soon here...
GABQ wrote:i recently downloaded the AVG antivirus for linux to test it on my PC and try to use the antivirus on windows from my linuxmint6
GABQ wrote:I installed the package the "nautilus-clamscan" but [color=navyhow do i scan my windows "c:/".[/color]
I want to scan my windows through my linux, thats what im tryin to do
If you're looking for an open source virus scanner, check out ClamAV, which ships with most Linux distributions. ClamAV scans for viruses as e-mail arrives.
One open source virus scanner that deserves mentioning is ClamAV. You can plug ClamAV directly into e-mail servers, and it will scan for viruses as the e-mail arrives--before it's delivered to users' mailboxes. It also performs routine scans on files that are served up to Windows clients via Samba sharing. ClamAV even has plugins for scanning files on the fly as they are accessed via Samba.
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